Free Press Journal
  • Mayawati latches onto action by cow vigilantes in MP

    New Delhi: The beating up of two Muslim women in Madhya Pradesh on unfounded rumors that they were carrying beef was raised by Mayawati in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday, with the BSP leader slamming the government over the recurring incidents in BJP-ruled states.

  • PHQ to set up team to probe chit fund companies

    BHOPAL : The Police Headquarters would constitute a team to take action against the chit fund companies. This was the announcement made by home minister Bhupendra Singh in the assembly on a question of MLA Muralidhar Patidar. Singh said the chit fund companies escape from the state and country after fraud. He said action would be taken against such companies after a joint meeting with the Reserve Bank of India.

  • ‘Justice will certainly prevail’

    Moscow : The competitions of the Rio Olympic Games will be less spectacular due to the absence of some Russian athletes unjustly banned from participation, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday.

  • Swarna Singh is DG, training

    BHOPAL: Two IPS officers were transferred by the state government on Wednesday. Swarn Singh special DG, PTRI, posted at police headquarters Swarna Singh has been transferred as Special DG Training at PHQ. Additional Director General of EOW, Vijay Katariya has been moved to ADG, PTRI, Police Headquarters. (FPNS)

  • Singh’s June 29 sample clean

    New Delhi : The dope sample of shot putter Inderjeet Singh taken on June 29 during National Inter-State Athletics Championships in Hyderabad has returned clean but the case relating to his earlier A sample which came out positive still stands, according to sources.

  • Sri Lanka-Australia Test set to be low scoring thriller

    Pallekele : Facing a deficit of 86 runs, Sri Lanka reached 6-1 in its second innings in the first test against Australia before persistent rain brought play to an early close on Wednesday.

  • Make obtaining driving licences tougher; give more teeth to MV Act

    BHOPAL  : As a part of a global campaign by Consumer International for safer cars for consumers, a state-level car safety workshop was organised jointly by National Centre for Human Settlements and Environment (NCHSE) and Consumer Voice on Wednesday at NCHSE.

  • Twist in defamation case against Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: In an anti-climax in the RSS defamation case against Rahul Gandhi, the Supreme Court on Wednesday slammed the Bhiwandi magistrate for the procedural lapse of ordering a police probe.

  • Congress rips into govt over central govt cutting funds

    BHOPAL : The members of the ruling party and opposition confronted each others in the assembly on Wednesday during the reply to a written question raised by Congress MLA Omkar Singh Markam about curtailment in funds received from the centre for drinking water facility.

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    India’s medicare damns the entire country

    Most sociologists insist that the two crucial indicators which point to a government’s commitment to improving the lot of its people are education and health. The first allows people to grow. The other ensures that growth is not blighted with disease.

  • New objections against GST

    As they say, it is not over till the fat lady sings. The hope of the GST Bill getting the Rajya Sabha nod in the current session seems to have faded somewhat following last-minute obstacles put up by the Opposition Congress.

  • Gagan Khoda hit wicket?

    Post SC verdict Selector likely to have premature exit

  • ‘India would transform if all perform their duties’

    BHOPAL : Acclaimed lyricist, singer, music director and film and theatre actor Piyush Mishra has come up to support youth entrepreneurs, professionals of corporate world and CII Young Indians, the organisation associated with social issues. He would supports various endeavours of the organisation through his pen, words and occasional presence.

  • Irom bombshell

    The decision of the human rights activist Irom Sharmila to end her sixteen-year-old fast on August 9 and to enter the electoral fray in Manipur is welcome. Fighting against the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act from within the political system would provide her a greater say, and understanding, than was the case hitherto when she was being force-fed.

  • One held with illegal liquor

    BHOPAL : Crime branch arrested a 37-year-old man involved in illegal liquor trading during their ongoing drive to check illegal transportation and selling of liquor.